A vehicle theft, two auto burglaries, and multiple attempted auto burglaries occurred around 2 a.m. Oct. 17 near United Methodist Hall.
Many personal items, including food and toiletries, are no longer sold in the campus store.
Students who need intermediate French classes will have to take a different language class to satisfy the requirement after officials canceled the courses for Fall 2016.
Letters from multiple sororities, Phi Gamma Delta fraternity’s flag and Gamma Phi sorority’s trophy have been stolen in the past month alone.
Plans to turn Smith Hall into an interfaith dorm still are in place, and officials hope to move forward with the project within the next year.
Students with dairy allergies should take caution before eating the ice cream served in the caf. The ice cream isn’t actually dairy-free, as many students my think, and people with certain dairy allergies shouldn’t eat it.
The Wesley Center and OCU Better Together partnered to host events every day from April 3 – April 7 to promote religious tolerance.
A university trustee and alumnus is offering a session on leadership.
University officials began the search to replace the former chief financial officer.
University officials plan to fill the position of provost before the next academic year begins.
The departments of philosophy, political science and philosophy and rhetoric are co-sponsoring a discussion about the popular Netflix series, Making a Murderer.
The Office of Global Engagement Scholarship application and Student Study Abroad Budget form are due on Feb. 15.
OCU partnered last year with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to start CarShare, a program that allows students to rent cars on campus.
The Philanthropy Committee was formed earlier this year as a way to educate students about the importance of giving back to the university.
The Ann Lacy School of Dance and Entertainment will present its annual Christmas show Home for the Holidays. Home for the Holidays is scheduled to return Dec. 10-13 in Kirkpatrick Auditorium in Kirkpatrick Fine Arts Center. The show features a variety of ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop numbers. Home for the Holidays is described…
Officials are considering disconnecting cable to dorm rooms to improve Wi-Fi. The idea to disconnect the cable was proposed earlier this year after officials became aware many students don’t use cable in their rooms. Housing is working with student relations to determine if this would benefit students. Kevin Culbertson, coordinator of housing operations, said he…
Student Government Association officials donated a $2,500 sign to the athletic department after students and faculty complained about it. The electronic sign, which hung last spring in Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center, now hangs in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. SGA officials purchased the LED sign last year…